|Date||Wed, 14 Feb 2007 11:20:33 +0100|
|Subject||[greenstone-users] multi-lingual pages|
Very proud of meself at the moment! Have managed to work out how to
adjust the basic look of the Greenstone page, so means I'm getting a
handle on some of these macros, css etc.
Question: I wish to give people (mine is a very multicultural
readership) the option of reading 'about' the collections, which
themselves will contain material in several languages, in four languages
other than English - Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese. What's best
here? Give them an immediate link on the home page to a homepage in
their own language? and will that be relatively simple to arrange? Or
just explain everything - very briefly! - on the existing home page in
five languages, and ditto for the 'about' pages. I guess that's the
easiest but it sure will keep me brief!